The Wenlock River is a sanctuary for ecological diversity and a retreat for wildlife and landscape lovers. In 2015, a group of painters and photographers embarked on an artist camp to Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve on the Wenlock River, Cape York, Queensland. After a week of creativity immersed in a wide range of diverse landscapes, The Wenlock River Project was born. The Wenlock River is a treasure to behold and these artworks are a tribute to Mother Nature.
The original artists were painters Noel Miller and Annabel Tully and photographers Russell Shakespeare and Robert Irwin. The Wenlock River Project, however, is fluid and evolving.